No, a square has four perpendicular sides.
No. The diagonals of a rhombus are perpendicular only if the rhombus is a square.
No. Each of its four sides is perpendicular to two other sides.
The adjacent sides of a square are perpendicular.
Sometimes, only if it is a square.
Any shape, other than a triangle can have a pair of perpendicular sides.
Yes because the 4 corners of a square are perpendicular in that they meet at right angles and also the diagonals of a square are perpendicular
No, a square is not a perpendicular.
Yes, a right triangle has only one set of perpendicular lines.
yes it has perpendicular lines
No. All segments have only one perpendicular bisector.